The structure of Cyclosporin is given below. Cyclosporin is a cyclic peptide prescribed to the patients to lower the body's immune system (it is known as immunosuppressant).
Functional groups labeled with A, B and C are:
a) Alkene, alcohol and amine
b) Alkane, alcohol and amine
c) Alkane, alcoholl and amide
d) Alkene, alcohol and amide
Absolute configuration for X and Y:
a) R and R
b) S and R
c) Cannot determine and S
d) Cannot determine and R
Molecule of Cyclosporin shows hydrogen bonding on positions M, N, J and K. Indicate hydrogen bonding is correct in:
a) M, N, J, K
b) M and J
c) N and K
d) None is correct.
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